American F-22 visiting Romania for the first time

American F-22 visiting Romania for the f...

On Monday, two military aircraft F-22 Raptor of the US Air Force, stationed for a few hours at Mihail Kogalniceanu military base. The two fighters have arrived in Romania are part of the exercise “Operation Atlantic Resolve” and the US military commitment is collective security with NATO and the countries of Eastern Europe.   Via: Cer...
Building the Danube-Black Sea canal

Building the Danube-Black Sea canal

Runs from Cernavoda, on the Danube, to Constanta (southern arm, as main branch), and to Navodari (northern arm), on the Black Sea. It is an important part of the European canal system that links the North Sea (through the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal) to the Black Sea. The main branch of the canal, with a length of 64.4 km (40.0 mi), which connects the Port of Cernavoda with the Port of Constanta, was built in 1976–1984, while the north branch, known as the Poarta Alba – Midia Navodari Canal, with a length of 31.2 km (19.4 mi), between Poarta Alba and Port of...
Constanta Casino – Interiors

Constanta Casino – Interiors

Like a guard standing proudly on the Black Sea, the Constanta Casino calmly contemplate the horizon, recalling the most glorious hours. More important port city in Romania, Constanta is located at the crossroads between East and West. It has a unique heritage: Greek ruins, mosques, churches through synagogues; making it a unique place where several influences have crossed in history. The casino was built between 1904 and 1910 by architect Petre Antonescu Romanian who wanted to honor the Romanian artistic traditions, but these plans were changed in favor of the...
The Bridge from Cernavoda

The Bridge from Cernavoda

The Anghel Saligny Bridge (formerly King Carol I Bridge) is a railroad truss bridge in Romania, across the Danube River, connecting the cities of Cernavoda and Fetesti. The bridge was built between 1890 and 1895 over the Danube and Borcea branch of the Danube, and when it was completed it became the longest bridge in Europe and the third longest in the world. The two cities on the banks of the river which was built were Fetesti on the left side and Cernavoda on the right side. The bridge has a length of 4,087.95 m of which 1,662 m  over the Danube and 970 m  over...
Interbelic Romanian Fleet

Interbelic Romanian Fleet

Here are some drawings presenting romanian interbelic fleet . In the gallery are presented military ships and civil ships as well , all of them sailing on the sea .   Via: Istorie romaneasca in fotografii  
City of Constanta in old postcards – Part II

City of Constanta in old postcards ̵...

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